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I’ve always been a fan of science fiction and fantasy, but I never felt like the gay community was well represented in that genre.
For a large part of my life I felt very abnormal. I came of age during the 90s, and that was the starting point of Hollywood acknowledging and really starting to show more gay characters. I remember watching the original Ellen show, and her coming out episode and crying. For the first time I saw someone on TV coming out. That was huge for me. It made me feel less alone. It gave me a real person to look at as a role model.
Role models help you define your likes and dislikes, they give comfort and allow you to acknowledge that you’re normal. It’s that moment of connection when you see another person and realize, “I do that too!”, “That’s how I feel!”, or “I’m glad I’m not the only one like that.”
For such a long time, I was looking for someone to save me. To tell me I was all right. But the truth is, there is no white knight. I realized, instead of waiting for someone to tell me I was all right, I had to tell myself that. I had to be my own hero.To get a better feel for the compelling Indigo Dax storyline and illustration style, take a look at the video below! Also, check out the video preview of the Facebook game.
You can’t change the world, without first specifically defining what’s wrong with it. Once you’ve defined what you want to change, you can envision a better world. That’s why I created the Indigo Dax series. It is my vision of a better world.